Tactical Elite A-TACS Series Scopes from Bushnell
As the #1 riflescope innovators in the world, Bushnell works diligently with law-enforcement and military experts nationwide to design, test and prove the finest family of tactical shooting instruments in the industry. Each model in the tactical line uses the basic precepts of every riflescope we build – unfailing reliability and optical precision – and takes them a step further with application-specific features such as tactical turrets for rapid adjustment, and now finished in A-TACS for optimum concealment. Bushnells’ top-of-the-line offerings being the new Elite¨ 6500-inspired options with a 6.5x magnification range. When the stakes are at their highest, whatever your tactical need, you can trust your shot to Bushnell.¨ Bushnell.com.
Bushnell Elite 1500 Laser Rangefinder in A-TACS
The Elite 1500 was chosen by the U.S. Army to augment the combat capabilities of our troops. Accurate from 5 to 1,600 yards, its 7x, fully multi-coated optics deliver bright, sharp images at any distance. Multiple ranging modes including BullsEye, Brush and Scan provide ultimate versatility in varied ranging environments. The twist-up eyepiece makes it easier to use with eyeglasses and a +/- diopter setting adjusts the in-view LCD to your eyesight. A near bulletproof, 100% waterproof housing and RainGuard¨ HD anti-fog technology keeps the view clear in all conditions. Bushnell.com
-Standard Scan Mode
-Standard scan mode
-BullsEye and brush mode
-Fully multi-coated optics
-Built-in tripod mount
-Compatible with magnetic attachment system
Bushnell Legend 1200 Laser Rangefinder in A-TACS
In ranging distance and ballistic capability, no unit on the market packs this much power in such a handy, easy-to-use package. Engineered with a compact, vertical configuration, the new Legend 1200 ARC delivers instant distance readings to 1,200 yards, while calculating a true “shoots-like” distance based on terrain angle using Angle Range Compensation technology. In Rifle Mode, it tells you where to hold. Bow Mode eliminates guesswork with true horizontal distance from 5-99 yards. That’s right, the same function that requires two units from other manufacturers is right here in your fingertips. And weather is never an issue thanks to fully waterproof construction and new RainGuard¨ HD anti-fog technology. Pick it up and you’ll see: this is one small unit destined to make a huge impact. Bushnell.com
Unmatched ballistic capability. Extreme up-and-downhill angles after true horizontal distance to your target. ARC accounts for the terrain when calculating distance, so you know precisely how to shoot the range.
-Built-in digital inclinometer measures angles from -90 to + 90ˇ with +/- 1ˇ accuracy
-Pocket-size ergonomic design with textured rubber grip
-Bow Mode – provides true horizontal distance from 5Đ99 yards
-Rifle Mode – provides bullet-drop/holdover in inches or MOA
-BullsEye, Brush and Scan mode
-IPX7 Waterproof Standard
-Fully Multi-Coated Optics
-Range: 5Đ1,200 yards (VSI) Variable Sight-In Distance
-Includes carrying case, battery and neck strap
Digital Concealment Systems and Tactical Assault Gear are proud to announce that A-TACS Nylon gear is now available for purchase. Since it’s beginning in 2001, CEO Chris Osman and his team have continually strived to produce some of the most durable and feature-rich nylon kit on the planet. Now, with the addition of A-TACS to their product line, TAG’s products become even more innovative.
Tactical Assault Gears’ products will be among the first in the industry to feature A-TACS printed Loop and Nylon Webbing giving operators the option of more concealment coverage than ever before possible.
A-TACS is available on a wide variety of gear across TAG’s product line including their rugged plate and armor carriers, packs and molle pouches.
For more information on A-TACS Nylon Gear, visit TAG online at www.tacticalassaultgearstore.com or call them toll free at 1-888-890-1199.
Tactical Elite A-TACS Series Scopes from Bushnell As the #1 riflescope innovators in the world,…
by Jack Satterfield / Jul 1, 2010